Reviews and Problems with Medal of Honor: Frontline
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A fairly decent FPS
11 April 2011
Excerpt: Plot: You play as Lt. Jimmy Patterson and the year is 1944. With nothing like starting you off in the deep end, you begin the game storming Normandy beach. If you manage to survive this, you then go on to playing a huge part of Operation Market Garden which includes seizing the Nijmegen Bridge,...
Excerpt: Medal of Honour Frontline is a shooter from EA games for the Playstation 2 console. In this game you play as a US soldier James Patterson, you journey through the epic conflict of WW2 starting from the D-Day landings and hopefully turning the tide of war.
Summary: just another game of walking around shooting people to add to the pile, the graphics are terrible considering what the xbox is capable of, the computer AI is useless, enemie soldiers at times seem to just drop out of the air!
Summary: i bought this recently as I remember playing it on the PS2 when it first came out. So I decided to pick it up again, this time for the xbox, and relive the memories. The story line is great, there is no doubt about that. To be fair the graphics are actually quite good and the gameplay enjoyable.
Summary: Well, I've squeezed so much action out of Timesplitters 2 and Halo now, while throwing the likes of Agent Under Fire and Turok to the side.... And I must admit, for those of you looking for more single player action to get your teeth into, well, this could be it!
Summary: Ok i am goin to start off with the thing that really bugs me "why couldnt they just release medal of honor allied assault on the xbox!" sorry just had to say that. Medal of honor frontline got my attention after seeing the Omaha beach landing and made me get into my pocket and buy it, when i started...
Summary: MOH is, a straight port from the PS2, both are very different from the PC version. Graphics are reasonable but no Splinter Cell. It's got some great levels with genuine stress/excitement. MOH is very linear, there is only one path to the end. How come the German fire is so accurate?
Summary: I remember when there was a certain amount of pride in the voice of anyone who mentioned Medal of Honor. The first game from the PS1 was excellent, and the PC version (Medal of Honor Allied Assualt) was an instant classic, mixing excellent level design, great gameplay and good graphics.
Summary: I bought this game thinking that it would be as good as rising sun but this game is sooo unrealistic for example I have a sniper rifle, I headshot a badguy I think ok he's dead annoyingly he stands up !!! The people look like paper, the only detailed part of the game is the weapons.